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|Charities and data
 
|Charities and data
|Biggest problem - people don't know what they want - can't define the questions. Sector not sophisticated enough yet to define the questions that could be answered. Lots of pro-bono support needs clear questions from the sector first.
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|Biggest problem - people don't know what they want - can't define the questions
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Sector not sophisticated enough yet to define the questions that could be answered
  
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Lots of pro-bono support needs clear questions from the sector first
  
Much if the sector in Scotland hasn’t yet caught up with data driven innovation. Sector tends to fall back on evaluation approaches and annual cycles.
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Sector tends to fall back on evaluation approaches and annual cycles.
  
 
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Large fundraising departments have expertise on data.
But recognise that it’s a diverse sector. Large fundraising departments have expertise on data. Big research and environmental charities process lots of data.
 
 
|International data agendas - Child poverty and hunger
 
|International data agendas - Child poverty and hunger
  

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